Meet the Garden Club of Irvington

The Garden Club of Irvington-on-Hudson is one of 200 member clubs of The Garden Club of America. Our members enjoy a full schedule of meetings, workshops, conferences, flower shows, civic projects, and field trips. We invite you to browse through our activities over the last few seasons... More ›

Happy Holly (and Other Natural Materials) Days!

The Garden Club of Irvington is delighted to announce exciting new collaborations with the Greenburgh Nature Center (GNC), located just off Central Avenue in Scarsdale. In addition to our commitment to maintaining the Gerrie Shapiro Pollinator Garden, our seed-starting and … More ›

Seed Saving, Sharing, and Planting with the Garden Club of Irvington

“For many annuals and perennials, propagation from seed will provide a profusion of new, beautiful blooms that might otherwise be unavailable. I always think of a plant grown from seed as a little miracle,” says Renee Shamosh, Horticulture Chair of … More ›

Check Into a Pollinator Hotel

Perhaps the most fascinating exhibit on the grounds of the O’Hara Nature Center in Irvington is the “Pollinator Hotel,” a structure that supports cavity-nesting bees and wasps. Made of logs with holes drilled in them and of dried stems of … More ›

A Tour of the O’Hara Nature Center

Early fall. It’s still warm and there are plenty of opportunities to visit the Rivertowns’ outdoor treasures. One of our most treasured is the O’Hara Nature Center, located in 400-acre Irvington Woods at 170 Mountain Road, just off the Saw … More ›

Native Flowering Perennials Your Garden Needs

Why not let the flowers in the Native Plant Garden for Pollinators at Greenburgh Nature Center be your inspiration? Here are close-ups of native plants selected for their ability to attract butterflies and bees, that are blooming now, and that … More ›